Nothing Ear are already my new favorite earbuds | Phones

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Earbuds are a very personal form of technology because there are a million factors to consider and where one might be crucial to one buyer, it might not matter at all to another. But with its latest earbuds, Nothing has landed on something special, and they’ve already become my favorite earbuds.

While Nothing is not really an audio company, the brand kicked off with Ear (1), and earbuds have been the bulk of the three million products it’s sold thus far. As such, the launch of Ear and Ear (a) this week has been one to look forward to. Nothing’s earbuds have gotten a lot of praise in the past few years for their sound quality, pricing, and feature set, and as such I’ve always been eager to give them a shot.

For the past week or so, I’ve been using primarily Nothing Ear as my main wireless earbuds, and I really like them.

I’m no audiophile, so I won’t dive too much into the audio quality – others have already offered far more detail on that than I could ever hope to. But what I really like about the sound coming out of Nothing Ear is that it’s pretty balanced. It’s not full of bass, but it’s also not lacking either (thanks in part to a default-on bass boost setting).

The audio quality is just one part of the equation for me, though. Another point is having decent ANC, and Ear definitely outranks my Pixel Buds Pro here. In my usual lawn-mowing test, Ear was easily able to filter out most of the sound without jacking up the music volume, something Pixel struggles with a little bit.

And, yes, I do think Nothing Ear sounds considerably better than Pixel Buds Pro, even though I don’t think Pixel sounds bad as some…

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